I met this really great guy and we got along great. The time I spent with him, he treated me better than any guy has ever treated me. Everything was going good when he called me one night and told me his ex-wife broke her hip and he had to take care of the dogs they had together. He said he hated the situation and he said he was only doing it because they were his dogs too. Within one week he went from making plans with me in the future to he had to try with her again. He told me he loved spending time with me and I was easy to fall for but this was something he had to do. He has been e-mailing me ever since telling me he misses me and he wants to see me but he doesn't make the effort at least in my mind. When I told him this and reminded him he got divorced for a reason, he said he understood how I felt but he felt guilty even though he knows he shouldn't. I truly believe that we wouldn't be in this situation if she had never broken her hip (for the 4th time!), it's so frustrating and I don't know what to do about it anymore.
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